Two sumptuous, sustainably crafted cabins, packed with romantic luxuries and nestled amongst magical woodland near Loch Lomond.
  • Sleeps: 2 per cabin
  • Bedroom: 1 per cabin
  • Bathroom: 1 per cabin
  • Minimum stay: 2 nights

‘Arcadia’ is a word that describes a perfect image of life in the countryside… a pure and calm oasis in the desert of stressed, chaotic everyday life.

That’s exactly what will greet you as you arrive, loved one in tow, at the 21-acre woodland-and-pasture site that’s home to Arcadia Glamping. Featuring two luxurious cabins-for-two, and perfectly positioned by the historic village of Drymen, the natural wonders of Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park are virtually on the doorstep.

The creative brainchild of sculptor and environmental artist Rob Mulholland and his wife Susan, every care has been taken to ensure not only that you have a heavenly stay at Arcadia, but also that their breath-taking natural environment is protected.

The unique, sustainably crafted cabins – named Halcyon and Elysium – use green energy sources for lighting and heating, and you’ll find both equipped with imaginative recycled and upcycled furnishings.

Each also comes with a gently illuminated outdoor bath that’s ideal for stargazing, a uniquely crafted chimenea, fluffy bathrobes to wrap yourselves in… and a goodie-packed welcome hamper with a bottle of Prosecco!

While both cabins blend beautifully with their natural surroundings, you’ll find each one is individually and lovingly styled, for a true one-of-a-kind experience. Halcyon marries traditional Scottish design with contemporary flair to create a perfect sense of place, characterised by larch cladding and a glinting metal façade of sculpted branches.  

Elysium, meanwhile, is a beautiful reflection of nature with a twist of the exotic, filled with rich fabrics and accessories that were collected from Rob and Susan’s travels to the Middle and Far East.  

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At a glance

  • Two unique and sustainably crafted cabins, romantically nestled in 21 acres of woodland that’s perfect for exploring Loch Lomond and Trossachs National Park.
  • Both cabins sleep two adults, and are fully self-contained with kitchen and shower facilities.
  • Pop open your complimentary Prosecco and take in the beauty of nature from your illuminated outdoor deck, which is ideal for al fresco dining – or a stargazing soak in your sumptuous outdoor bath!
  • The nearby village of Drymen is home to shops and restaurants, and there is a wealth of activity and adventure in the surrounding area (if you can tear yourselves away!)

Features

  • Adults Only
  • Hot Tubs

Facilities

Two luxurious woodland cabins, each sleep 2 guests.  Seating, plug sockets, phone charging point, electric lighting, kitchenette with fridge, microwave oven, portable electric hob, washing up bowl, kettle and toaster, tea, coffee, sugar, crockery, cutlery, basic cooking equipment, dishcloths, tea towels, welcome hamper with Prosecco, eco-friendly kitchen paper and washing-up liquid.  Double bed with Egyptian cotton linen, en-suite shower, hand basin, eco-friendly composting toilet and loo roll, luxury eco-friendly toiletries, towels, robes, flipflops, blankets for outdoor use, picnic blanket. Outside: deck with seating and shade, outdoor bath, festoon lighting, chimenea with kindling and firewood.  Secure on-site parking.

Local Activities

Walking, cycling, wildlife watching, sculpture trail, swimming, boat trips, mountain climbing, Go Ape, village shops, restaurants.

Accommodation Options

Halcyon cabin

Elysium cabin

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Both cabins feature irresistibly soft furnishings and soft-toned walls, decorated with unique art and historic found objects that hint at the site’s history as a working farm.  

There’s also a well-equipped kitchenette, an en-suite shower room with indulgent eco-friendly toiletries, and a downy double bed dressed in fine Egyptian cotton bedding… and plenty of warm blankets to snuggle up in!

Outside awaits your very own slice of natural paradise, as you pop open that bottle of Prosecco and take in the sights, sounds, and scents of nature from the comfort of your furnished deck. Perhaps you could linger outside a little longer, enjoying an al fresco supper as you watch the local wildlife and listen to the gentle sounds of the river?

Explore the woodland to your hearts’ content… which you’ll find peppered with Rob’s sculpture work, and shimmering ponds that are teeming with wildlife. You could also head into the village, which features plenty of shops and restaurants…

…though if you’re feeling more adventurous, how about a visit to Go Ape, or even tackling Ben Lomond? The climb won’t be effortless, but you’ll be rewarded with mesmerising views that take in the length of Loch Lomond and its islands.

Alternatively, with everything you could ever want from a romantic break right there in your dreamy cabin – why leave at all?

Things to note

Check in from 3pm, check out by 10am. Minimum 2-night stay.  Children and pets (aside from Assistance Dogs) are not permitted. Please note that the cabins are accessed on foot by a sloping footpath. Stays of more than 2 nights can take advantage of a £40 discount per night.

Current Offers

Stay more than 2 nights & receive £40 discount off each subsequent night that you book

Where you'll be staying

What the guests of Arcadia Glamping say

“We have just returned from a weekend at Arcadia Glamping. The location is perfect, set within 21 acres with two gorgeous art inspired cabins nestled in a small dell in the woodland. The cabins are impeccably designed with some beautiful outdoor features and furnished with style and attention to detail. The inside shower rooms are perfect with plenty of hot water. The cabins are cosy, warm and comfortable with a lovely art inspired touch. We loved the outdoor deck and wood burner, and we especially loved our outdoor bath. Outside at night watching the bats and the stars and listening to owls whilst being warmed by a roaring fire was just fabulous.
We loved the eco friendly ethos and the walk through the onsite woodland and grounds containing three ponds and numerous wildlife .We loved that Arcadia is close to Loch Lomond and that it is easy to access some good walks. We were also bowled over by the enthusiasm of our hosts Sue and Rob who have spent two years working on the development of the site. Thank you so much ,it was a wonderful weekend. Wishing you a successful future with lots of happy guests.”

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